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3 Jobs Nursing Practicum Coordinator, Program&Service Coordinator, Asst




***Nursing Practicum Coordinator--Community Health Sciences



This is a one year contract position (with the possibility of renewal).



Under the general direction of the Chair, Community Health Sciences, the incumbent will be primarily responsible for the coordination and implementation of all administrative policies and functions related to the new Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. The Coordinator will also supply assistance and support to faculty members in the Nursing program.



Activities will include advising students on academic programs; organizing, supervising and evaluating specialized clinical electives; providing administrative support for admissions in conjunction with the Office of the Registrar; developing marketing and public relations initiatives and implementing promotional activities.



The successful candidate will be licensed as an R.N. (B.Sc.N. preferred; M.Sc.N. an asset) and have several years of varied experience as a practicing nurse, preferably in community health as well as related administrative experience. Excellent communication and public relations skills, creativity and problem solving abilities are essential. Proven ability to organize and handle a variety of projects, deadlines, and schedules simultaneously under minimal supervision is necessary. Strong computer skills and competency are required. Previous advising/counselling experience and familiarity with nursing education would be assets.



Applicants should forward a complete resume and cover letter, which clearly states the position applied for, and includes salary expectations and three references, by February 18, 2000 to: Human Resources, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario L2S 3A1





***Coordinator Of Programs And Services (YLC - CURA)

Youth Lifestyle Choices - Community University Research Alliance

This is a 3 year contract (with the possibility of renewal).



The YLC - CURA represents a strategic partnership between a number of Community Organizations in the Niagara Region and the faculty and students at Brock University. CURA is committed to developing a better understanding of resiliency and youth lifestyle choices.



Reporting to the YLC - CURA Co-Directors, the Coordinator will participate in the development, maintenance and evaluation of all CURA research projects, as well as related grant writing activities. The Coordinator will monitor and evaluate the daily operations of the CURA, including the supervision of the Program Assistant. The Coordinator will also arrange and evaluate student placements, develop and maintain the CURA website, and attend working group and advisory meetings as required. Additionally, the Coordinator will be responsible for the dissemination (multimedia) of all CURA reports including professional development activities, conferences, research reports and publications. The Coordinator will facilitate partnerships between University and community members and will network with the media and other organizations on behalf of CURA.



The position will be of interest to individuals who enjoy working independently, carrying out all aspects of the research process and communicating between community and academic settings. A graduate or advanced degree in Health or a related discipline, which includes the completion of an Honours research thesis is preferred. The position also requires several years of community experience, preferably working in the youth and/or health care sectors. The successful candidate must be thoroughly conversant with word processing, computer graphics, HTML and other Internet software. This individual will also possess a thorough understanding of research methodology and data analysis techniques as well as excellent communication skills.



Applicants should forward a complete resume and cover letter, which clearly states the position applied for, and includes salary expectations and three references, by February 18, 2000 to: Human Resources, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario L2S 3A1





***Program Assistant Youth Lifestyle Choices - (YLC - CURA)

Community University Research Alliance

This is a 3 year contract (with the possibility of renewal).



Reporting to the YLC - CURA Co-Directors, the Program Assistant will participate in the development, maintenance and evaluation of all CURA research projects, as well as related grant writing activities. The Program Assistant will assist with the coordination and evaluation of student placements, development and maintenance of the CURA website, and attend working group and advisory meetings as required. Additionally, the Program Assistant will be responsible for the dissemination (multimedia) of all CURA reports including professional development activities, conferences, research reports and publications.



The position will be of interest to individuals who enjoy working independently, carrying out all aspects of the research process and communicating between community and academic settings. The position requires an undergraduate degree in Health or a related discipline, ideally, which includes the completion of an Honours research thesis. The position also requires some community experience, preferably working in the youth and/or health care sectors. University fieldwork, internships or special studies will be considered in lieu of direct work experience. The successful candidate must be thoroughly conversant with word processing, computer graphics, HTML and other Internet software. This individual will also possess a thorough understanding of research methodology and data analysis techniques as well as excellent communication skills.



Applicants should forward a complete resume and cover letter, which clearly states the position applied for, and includes salary expectations and three references, by February 18, 2000 to: Human Resources, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario L2S 3A1



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